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Furthermore, if we’re to succeed in bringing about the individual and collective change the world needs to survive and prosper then, to quote Mark Gerzon, author of Leaders without Borders: That’s what my Jamaican in China adventure represents–it’s a metaphor to challenge existing stereotypes, limitations and preconceptions, and get people thinking outside the proverbial box of limitations.
Today on the Go Abroad Blog, we feature of a guest post from Walt F. We are pleased to share some of these experiences with Go Abroad readers.
During his time living abroad in China, Walt learned a great many things about himself and Chinese culture.
So, in my ongoing effort to create the life of my dreams and live true to my self, I resolved early on to dig deep, and find the courage to do the things I’ve always wanted to do, so that I’d never have to live with regret and wonder what might have been.
With that in mind, the three decisions that occupy the top spots in “the best decisions I ever made,” in the pursuit of a life without regret, are , that was for a very short two weeks.
And, as I blogged in response to Go Abroad’s recent “Why Do I Go Abroad?” contest, with no such fears limiting my sense of adventure, I did this to show people alternative ways of thinking, being and acting.Have you had a similar experience after living abroad? Many years ago, I learned that the most painful emotion to have to live with is regret.It’s been said you usually regret the things you DIDN’T do, and rarely regret the things you DID do.
However, while living on Saipan, I met a visiting husband and wife who, having met by chance on an airplane 27 years earlier, fell in love, and spent the next 27 years visiting a total of 129 different countries at that time.It was then that I resolved to go back to China again on my own, on my own terms, with only the rudiments of language skills picked up from Chinesepod.com, to live and do the nomad thing for six months. I’ve found that people have misconceptions of and are fearful about what the world is really like beyond their borders, both physical and mental.